Working around an inspiration of a futuristic collection, Yogesh Chaudhary’s ‘Surendri’ label presented the 18 piece ‘Dot’ story at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2016. It was a glamorous cosmic journey through three galaxies as constellations, moon surfaces, scarred geometry and thermal radiation patterns, created an amazing mix of textures, silhouettes and innovative traditions.
The creations featured space-age inspired pleated dress, shirt kurta with open tie-up back with grey long skirt and long line shirts. There was a gorgeous mélange of draped saris, funky skirts, easy palazzos and floppy blouses that sparkled with circular motifs with exquisite foiling embroidery technique, which revealed a great blend of the East Jumpsuits dazzled, while coat-dress/pants, one-shoulder long tops with flowing pants, grey moulded gowns with cut outs and the long sleeve grey sheath were stunners. Volume appeared for the wide culottes, the waist cinched silver dress, cross drape palazzos and floor-length skirts.
Inspired by the dazzling array of the night sky, Yogesh had stunning ethnic wear that glittered with sequins and zari work for lehengas, asymmetric blouses and twinkling dupattas.
There was a marked deconstructed Grecian draped look for many of the creations, while the sculpted shoulders and futuristic fringing added to the drama of the space inspired line in mechanised knits and Indian shapes .